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Are you a mummy or soon-to-be? Especially if you are a first time mummy, it's nerve wrecking preparing your shopping list for your new addition to the family!
I remember when I was expecting Sticky Bean, I spent lots of time on google, reading reviews on the products and then spent lots of time looking around searching for the best deals.

But when you are heavily pregnant, visiting tons of places will definitely be too challenging. I still remember I need to rest after just 10 - 15 minutes of walking! Well I had a huge tummy when preggie with Sticky Bean.

The good news is, the much anticipated SuperMom Baby Fair which will be held in August later this year decided to launch a pre-event sales with pre-order offers online from 27-29 June 2016 (Monday to Wednesday).

You can shop from a variety of exclusive brands that will only be available at SuperMom including baby products from Clarins, Munchikins, Mothercare, Pigeon, Capella, Phillips Avent, Fisherprice, and more.


In addition to the massive discounts never seen before, there will also be perks such as cash rebates, free casting, and free strollers/breast pumps, etc. worth more than $300.

What's more? If you sign up as a VIP member for free today and enjoy full 3-day sales (27th is exclusive for VIP members!) You can also find the latest updates from the official SuperMom event ( on Facebook.

What are you waiting for?
Register as VIP at SuperMom:

Some of the deals include:

View more deals here!

Now how I wished they have this pre-order sales when I was preggie with sticky bean then. The best bet is to get all of your baby necessities at once. I love fairs like this where you just need to dedicate one day and get your shopping list off the tick!
Well even for someone who's already a mummy with a toddler at home, there're plenty of attractive deals as well.
So do check out the deals!!


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